South africa is one place where the good vibes never end, there is a lot of places in South Africa where people party and one that was very popular about a few years ago was the club called "Egagasini". The club is ranked among the most popular clubs in Durban.
There are some people in this world who were blessed with the gift of being able to accumulate wealth, and some had the privilege of being born in a wealthy family. Some people see money as another normal part of their live and some struggle to get money to stay a part of their lives.
Finding a good spot to party can sometimes be a struggle, cause some places just don't match with your personality and your interests. A lot of people would typically choose to party somewhere where their personality and interests fits in perfectly, for example, you wouldn't expect a wealthy man to party at a tarven or a shebeen, in the ghetto right?
From an abusive marriage to greener pastures, a fruitful career, beautiful sons and a glow up. Carol tshabalala is probably one of the most private celebrities we have in South Africa but here is a glimpse into her private life. She is known as the queen of Sport and has her fair share of dramatic situations. A young lady took a stand and became one of the most respected sports commentators in the world. Carol was a victim of domestic violence at the hands of her ex-husband for a long 6 years. She was married
Ntsiki Mazwai, born 3 September 1980 in Pimville Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa, is a social activist, musician, poet, and author.She has influenced a popular trend If dance music producer collaboration with the poet to create club hits.She also runs a blog and is a producer, beadwork artist.
There's been a great debate on social media lately, and that debate is of two of the biggest clubs in South Africa, and that is Konka and Propaganda. Well, club Konka has surely gained a lot of traction over the past few weeks and people are saying it's the place to be 8f you have money.
Tshegofatso Pule the 28 year old 8 months pregnant young woman from Pimville Soweto was found deceased after being reported missing. Tshegofatso Pule left her home to go and meet up with the father of the baby. She told her family that she was going to buy baby clothes with Nthutuko Shoba when she went missing. After a thorough investigation the police where led to the alleged killer who also implicated Nthutuko Shoba as an accomplice to the gruesome murder of Tshegofatso Pule. Muzikayise Malephane had his
A united team of Pimville residentse are out in numbers to protect the last mall that is still standing in Soweto which is Maponya mall. Maponya mall is the only mall which has not been looted in Soweto. Other malls like Dobsonville Mall, Protea Mall, Jabulani Mall, Shoprite stores in Zola, Usave and Protea Gardens mall have sadly been looted.
Penny Lebyane who was born and raised in Soweto and came to the limeght in the 90s when Sowetans hogged the media space. She was a DJ at Radio Metro during the 90s and she went on to be on television. Penny Lebyane took to Twitter to espress her pain following the looting of business and one of her family members became a victim.
Mandla Ngcongwane was born Pimville Soweto and he is the founder and Creative Director at Black Brain Pictures. Mandla N matriculated from De La Salle College in Victory Park in 1999 then he went on to study at AFDA and graduated with a BA in Directing in 2001. He won an award for Best Screen Actor while at AFDA. In 2004 Mandla co-founded Black Brain Pictures, which is a multi-media communications production company. In the past 15 years Mandla has been the Creative mind behind most of Black Brain’s TV and
Ntsiki Mazwai is celebrating her 40th birthday today. She was born on 3 September 1980 in Pimville Soweto. While many of her fans are showering her with wonderful birthday messages arguing that life begins at 40, there are others who took it upon themselves to spoil the day with bad energy. "40? More like 55," a Twitter user commented with sarcasm after Mazwai revealed that she has turned 40 years. Ntsiki Mazwai however seem to be well prepared to rebut any negativity on her special day and she hits back at
Ntsiki Mazwai, born on 3 September 1980 in Pimville Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa, is a social activist, musician, poet, and author. ... She has influenced a popular trend of dance music producers collaborating with poets to create club hits. She also runs a blog and is a producer, beadwork artist. In our African culture each and every Kingship will have its own poetry and a traditional healer those two heads were seen as the light of that Kingdom. If the king does not have a strong traditional healer his
Ntsiki Mazwai, born on 3 September 1980 in Pimville Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa, is a social activist, musician, poet, and author. Her name Nontsikelelo, translates to ‘the mother of blessings’. Ntsiki is described by her fans as the streetQueen, she is brave, unafraid, her fans also call her by her clans nne MaMiya. Her social activism has lead to national debates about social issues affecting women in South Africa. Ntsiki is a brave and courageous woman, and a pioneer in the construction of what she